SM v Governor of Cloverhill Prison (2020) IEHC 639

Southern Irish habeas corpus case "This case concerns the circumstances in which otherwise legal detention can be rendered unlawful by a failure to provide appropriate medical treatment, thus entitling an applicant to an order of habeas corpus under Article 40.4 of the Constitution. ... I am not persuaded that, to the extent the applicant’s rights of bodily integrity are breached by the current failure to admit him to the CMH, such a breach is sufficiently egregious or exceptional or fundamental to render unlawful his detention."

CASES DATABASE

Full judgment: BAILII

Subject(s):

Date: 7/12/20🔍

Court: Southern Irish High Court🔍

Judge(s):

Parties:

  • Governor of Cloverhill Prison🔍
  • Director of the Central Mental Hospital🔍
  • SM🔍

Citation number(s):

  • [2020] IEHC 639

What links here:

Published: 29/1/21 22:45

Cached: 2021-02-26 21:37:58